“Contents,” Ensign, Apr. 1975, 1EnsignApril 1975Volume 5 Number 4ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Repent or PerishPresident Marion G. Romney The Saints in SpainBetty VenturaAtonement: The Only WholenessArthur Henry KingThe Extra Dimension of Ricks College: A Conversation With President Henry B. EyringMocking Our BrotherGary L. BunkerGive Them a GardenFanny Kraiss De VineYou Can Always Plant TulipsNorma A. WrathallPrinciples of Parenting, Part 2Neil J. FlindersMother Killed the RattlesnakesEmma Lou ThayneTo Make Housework Fun, Work MoreDaryl V. HooleNaomi M. Shumway: Primary’s Gentle LadyLucile C. ReadingThe Mission of PrimaryRegular FeaturesI Have a QuestionWilliam O. NelsonRobert F. BohnElder Paul H. DunnMormon JournalRain, a Bedspread, and a Birthday Gay GaltThe Korean Sailors Erma BraackTransfer to Carltonville Mark A. SimpkinsRandom SamplerInsightsKeeping PaceCheckers, Crocheting, Cricket: New Ward Recreation Emphasis Now Includes EveryoneStart at the Real Grass Roots As An Agricultural MissionaryHelp for Unwed Parents at LDS Social ServicesSpeaking Today: Drink From the FountainElder Bruce R. McConkiePoetryMissionary Son Marylou Cunningham LeavittCommentMirthrightNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Mural of the first meeting of the Primary Association, held in Farmington, Utah. Painted by Lynn Fausett, this mural is located in the Farmington Rock Chapel, Farmington Utah Stake. (Photography by Frank L. Gale.)Inside back cover: Sunset over Jerusalem. Painted by James Fairman. This painting of Jerusalem that hangs in the Salt Lake Temple gives a mood and setting akin perhaps to the Jerusalem of 2,000 years ago, even though the artist (1826–1904) painted the scene between 1871 and 1881, a time when Jerusalem was essentially Moslem in character, outlined by minarets and domed architecture. The perspective is looking west, from the Mount of Olives east of the city.